Over a million faulty condoms recalled in Uganda

Over a million faulty condoms recalled in Uganda

Over a million faulty condoms which contained holes have been recalled from being distributed in Uganda.
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Rwanda's first lady says gender inequality hinders fight against AIDS

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SA deputy president in South Sudan to mediate in peace talks

SA deputy president in South Sudan to mediate in peace talks

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Here's a healthy and Halal wine alternative

Here's a healthy and Halal wine alternative

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Mnangagwa Will Take Some of the Farms Owned by Robert Mugabe

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Millions in Zimbabwe facing man-made starvation: UN

Millions in Zimbabwe facing man-made starvation: UN

The United Nations' special rapporteur on the right to food has warned that starvation is "slowly making its way" into Zimbabwe.
Get these summer wedding tips from a top planner

Get these summer wedding tips from a top planner

Summer is right around the corner and with it comes the most popular season for weddings! There's a lot that goes into a wedding and Nicolette Morris from Nicolette Weddings has narrowed down her top tips
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Durban sharing ideals through the book fair

Durban sharing ideals through the book fair

The city of Durban held its annual book fair at the Mitchell Park in Morningside this past weekend Hashtag Books, Micromega publications and the ACT foundation were some of the partners that organized the event together with the Mitchell Park trust.
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Rajen Govender the car guard from Germiston who goes the extra mile

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Originally from Elsies River but grew up in Germiston, Gauteng, 49-year-old car guard Rajen Govender goes the extra mile by also fixing cars and doing minor services at the shopping center. Video by: Jehran Naidoo #Inspire #Inform #Empower
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The Bluff, Durban, declared world whale heritage site

The Bluff, Durban, declared world whale heritage site

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A trip down memory lane with author, Kiru Naidoo

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Pensioner, Tony Pillay from Havenside, rebuilds his community

Pensioner, Tony Pillay from Havenside, rebuilds his community

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Top 5 Halloween pranks

Top 5 Halloween pranks

The horror festival of Halloween is celebrated widely throughout the USA and Europe. The bug is slowly catching on in South Africa, with the younger crowd dressing up to parties and festivals.
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Female entrepreneurs scoop hackathon award in Durban

Female entrepreneurs scoop hackathon award in Durban

A group of young women from the Northern Cape recently took the SITA hackathon award for their mobile app. Their app allows parents to track their children's where-about in real time. Video by: Jehran Naidoo #Inform #Inspire #Empower SITA Govtech
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5 Things you didn't know about the eThekwini fire dept

5 Things you didn't know about the eThekwini fire dept

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5 Money tips for young couples.mp4

Once the wedding is over and the guests have left, the newly wedded couple is often left with a debt to pay. Because you are now married, it is considered "rational" to pay of debt together. Here are five ways to be smart with your money.
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47 Nigerian men plead not guilty to homosexuality charge

47 Nigerian men plead not guilty to homosexuality charge

Forty-seven Nigerian men pleaded innocent to a charge of public displays of affection with members of the same sex, an offence that carries a 10-year jail term.
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Zimbabwe's Ivory Medical gets green light to grow cannabis

Zimbabwe's Ivory Medical gets green light to grow cannabis

Zimbabwe could earn $19 million from taxes on cannabis, which the country has just started to venture into after legalising the growing of medicinal marijuana.
Zimbabwe senior doctors stop work as public hospital strike spreads

Zimbabwe senior doctors stop work as public hospital strike spreads

Senior doctors at Zimbabwe's public hospitals went on strike to protest against the dismissal of junior colleagues who have boycotted work over pay for nearly three months.
Cape Town is the number 1 city in the world

Cape Town is the number 1 city in the world

The votes are in, and according to almost 40 000 Telegraph readers, Cape Town is the best city in the world.
Scores die of Cholera and visceral leishmaniasis diseases in Kenya

Scores die of Cholera and visceral leishmaniasis diseases in Kenya

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Sudan peace talks postponed to December

Sudan peace talks postponed to December

The Sudanese government has agreed to postpone the latest round of peace talks, which were meant to be held with major rebel groups, to December 10.
Liquid Telecom opens digital skills centres in Eastern Cape

Liquid Telecom opens digital skills centres in Eastern Cape

Liquid Telecom in partnership with the Eastern Cape Provincial Government will be opening Innovation and Digital Skills Centres in #EastLondon and #Mthatha in the first quarter of 2020.